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West bengal board of higher secondary education ||online classes Grammar ||sonnet 18 ||PART 4

West bengal board of higher secondary education ||online classes 

Grammar ||sonnet 18 ||PART 4

West bengal board of higher secondary education ||online classes  Grammar ||sonnet 18 ||PART 4
West bengal board of higher secondary education ||online classes  Grammar ||sonnet 18 ||PART 4

Shall I compare thee to a summer's day

voice change:

1) shall I compare thee to a summer's day?

Will thou be compared to a summer's day by me?

2) and often is his gold complexion dimmed.

And often something  dims his gold complexion.

3) Rough winds do shake the darling buds of May.

Darling buds of May are certainly shaken by rough winds.

4) this gives life to thee.

Life is given to thee by this.

5) and every fair from fair sometime declines by chance.

And by chance every fair from fair is declined sometime.

Narration change:

1) the poet says,'' shall I compare thee to a summer's day? ''

The poet asks if he will compare him( his friend) to a summer's day.

2) Shakespeare says, '' thou art more lovely and more temperate. ''

Shakespeare says that he (friend) is more lovely and more temperate.

3) the poet observes, '' Rough Winds do shake the darling buds of May. ''

The poet observes that the rough winds shake the darling buds of May.

4) the poet says,'' summer's lease Hath all too short a date. ''

The poet says that summer's lease has all too short a date.

5) Shakespeare says,'' thy eternal summer shall not fade. ''

Shakespeare says that his( friend's) eternal summer will not fade.

Transformation of sentences:

1) shall I compare thee to a summer's day?( Complex sentence)

Shall I compare thee to a day which belongs to summer?

2) Rough winds do shake the darling buds of May. (Complex sentence)

Rough winds do shake the buds of May that are darling.

3) and often is his gold complextion dimmed. (Complex sentence)

And often his complexion , which is like gold, is dimmed.

4) thy eternal summer shall not fade. (Complex sentence) /( affirmative sentence)

it is thy eternal summer which shall not fade .
Thy eternal summer will remain unfading.

5) the art more lovely and more temperate than a summer's day. ( negative sentence)

A summer's day is not as lovely and temperate as thou art.

6) shall I compare thee to a summer's day? ( noun form of compare)

Shall I make a comparison between thou and a summer's day?

7) shall I compare thee to a summer's day? (assertive)

I must not compare thee to a summer's day.

Degree change :

1) thou art more lovely and more temperate. (positive degree)

A summer's day is not as lovely and temperate as thee.

2) sometime too hot the eye of Heaven shines. (comparative and superlative)

Sometime nothing shines hotter than the eye of Heaven.
Sometime the eye of Heaven shines the hottest.



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